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to go to david muir outside the high school right now in rainy somber newtown. >> really appropriate, in fact, a rainy cold night here in a town that needed the president to come, in his role as comforter in chief. as a father himself, i can tell you he met with the families of the victims here before going to the auditorium. the high school is behind me and it's full. before the president walked in, there was a pause in that room. when we saw the images, we realized it was the first responders the community was thanking for all of their work in the first 24 to 48 hours afterwards. i can tell you from being here all weekend long that there are really two kinds of pain being felt here in this community. first, the families, the parents of those 20 children, the mothers and fathers whose children did not come home from school, out of that elementary school that day and their loss. then there's the pain of the community at large. still many mothers and fathers that i talk to say they feel a guilt because they're able to hold their child's hands, able to hug their children. one woman sai
clock apping available for your android and your iphone. see you back at 6:00. >>> i'm david muir. this iia >>> i'm david muir. this is a special edition of "world news." tonight the tragedy at the elementary school. this evening the president travels to newtown, connecticut as the nation mourns the victims after the deadliest shooting at an elementary school in america. the 20 children, the little girl at the piano with her brother, she did not survive. ♪ come now almighty king >> the new details about the children who did escape. the children found hiding when police arrived. the extraordinary instincts of one little girl, the only one to survive in her class. >> and the first words she said
american jobs we can create together. and there's proof tonight. one of your ideas led abc's david muir to the iconic mall of america, where it turns out, you, our viewers, can see what you've done. david? >> reporter: diane, you and i have loved this. the ideas pouring in from the viewers. familying out looking for their one thing. economists say, if we spend $64 on anything made in america, we can create 200,000 jobs. tonight, as diane mentioned, proof of that power, as we track one of your ideas that we first reported on a year ago. have viewers made a difference? we traveled to the iconic mall of america. minneapolis, minnesota. inside, santa taking those requests. david muir with "world news." how are you? >> oh, good. how are you? >> reporter: so, i'm just curious. those kids sitting on santa's lap, how much of what they're asking for is made in america? >> oh. oh, i guess -- i guess -- i guess -- >> reporter: even the elf stumped, telling us he can't answer those kinds of questions. those famous rides in the mall. and mom kim, bringing her daughter all the way from baltimore. cam
just $64 to create up to 200,000 jobs. tonight abc's david muir has the story of one item that a lot of people are buying and helped save one american company. >> hi, david, and happy holidays. >> reporter: celia melton of new jersey saw that story on the american inventor and his bionic wrench. >> for only $19.99 at sears. >> reporter: they sold more than 200,000 wrenches with sears last christmas, kept doing business this year, then suddenly no deal for this christmas. did you wonder what was going on? >> of course, we did. >> reporter: but, then dan heard from a customer who noticed something. there was now another wrench with what appeared to be a similar mechanism on the shelf at sears. but this one made in china and sold under the sears brand craftsman. >> reporter: in fact, side by side, listen to the old ad -- >> it grips on all six sides. >> reporter: now for their new wrench -- >> the six locking jaws. >> reporter: or this part of the pitch, before -- >> it's 14 wrenches in one. >> reporter: -- and now the new craftsman wrench. >> it replaces 14 wrenches with a single tool.
of the american family at christmas. well, tonight, he is back, with a present for everyone. abc's david muir. >> reporter: the movie "a christmas story" came out in 1983. few went to see it at the time, but tens of millions have been watching it ever since. a cult favorite on cable. all about a boy named ralphie and his one wish for christmas. >> there it is! the holy grail of christmas gifts. >> reporter: ralphie, so determined to get that red ryder bb gun, if only he could convince his parents. >> i want an official red ryder carbon action air rifle. oh. >> no. you'll shoot your eye out. >> reporter: 30 years later, and ralphie is still trying. this time, on broadway and backstage, we meet the boy chosen to play ralphie now. i'm guessing you're ralphie. it turns out the new ralphie grew up watching the original one. did you ever think that you'd be playing ralphie? >> no. ♪ i'll save the day the thing about ralphie is everyone remembers when they were 9, 10, my age. and when you want something for christmas, like, you do everything to get it. >> reporter: this is what ralphie dreams of.
. >> david muir has some of the personal snapshots just emerging. >> reporter: a song from one of the little girls who did not survive. ana was just 6. her father, a jazz musician. sitting here beside her brother. >> one, two, three, ready and go. ♪ come now almighty king ♪ help us guide and to see >> reporter: her brother was also in that school. he survived. here, practicing a song with her parents. ♪ amen >> reporter: in the end, flashing her smile. we're also learning more about emilie parker. who was 6. she would often carry with her markers and crayons to draw pictures for people she thought were sad. this community, so moved by her father, who bravely described his little girl and his loss. >> she was the type of person that could light up a room. she, um -- she always had something kind to say about anybody. >> reporter: he spoke of the parents of the other 19 children, olivia was just learning the rosary and would lead her family in grace every night before dinner. jesse was learning to ride horseback and was looking forward to his father coming to school on friday to watch hi
news" begins now. >>> from abc news, this is a special edition of "world news" with david muir. "tragedy at the elementary school." >>> good evening tonight on this saturday evening from newtown, connecticut, again this evening, a small town in a small northeastern state, but the killing that happened here is breaking hearts from one corner of this vast country to another. here in newtown, 26 christmas trees placed today on the road to the school, one for every victim who died there. in texas today, high schoolers coming together to sing in honored of those lost. in oregon, hundreds gathering for a candlelight vigil. in what has become a national day of grief. but of course that grief felt nowhere more than right here in newtown, where you're looking at makeshift memorial, outside of sandy hook elementary school, people coming together there this evening to try to understand what happened. and try to comfort one another. our abc news team here on the ground covering it all and this evening for the first time, we're learning the names, seeing some of the faces of the young victi
is in the spotlight at an aughtict house here in new york. abc's david muir has more. ♪ ♪ that no one can deny >> reporter: one of the greatest romantic scenes of all time, shot may of 1942, flashback to paris, ingrid bergman and humphrey bow guagart. in fact, the first scene filmed for casablanca, bogart and bergman met a week before but would convince all who watched they were madly in love. right there in front of them. the 58-key piano where sam sings -- ♪ as time goes by >> reporter: and then the famous champagne toast. >> i think of this as one of the film's stars, there is bergman and bogart. >> reporter: casablanca won three oscars and best picture. what was unknown where the iconic piano ended up. >> it was discovered buy a collector, years later, took the paint off. and realized this is the piano from the movie. the piano of course is a revelation when you see it like this. in the movie it is in black and white. here you can see actually it was highly painted. >> reporter: now 70 years after sharing the scene, the piano on the auction block. >> well i just sat here imagining bogart
heisman. after being the first freshman in history to be awarded that coveted trophy. abc's david muir has his story. >> reporter: his real life story plays like one straight out of friday night lights. the boy from a small texas town who was passing that football when it was nearly as big as him. johnny manziel, barely 2 years old in this image, his parents, grandparents could hardly have predicted this. >> the 2012 winner of the heisman memorial trophy is -- johnny manziel. >> reporter: manziel making history. hearing his name, parents sitting right there, the first freshman to ever win the heisman. the quarterback with a nickname already. >> johnny football! >> reporter: johnny football called johnny heisman too. the kid from carville, texas, videos legendary on youtube. number 3 right there racing into the end zone. >> touchdown, number three, johnny manziel. >> this is a moment i have dreamt about since i was a kid. running around the backyard throwing hail marys to my dad. >> his parents holding back tears. >> my mom, dad, mary and the family watching you mean the world to me. >> rep
lives does not take the spirit of christmas, as well. here's abc's david muir. >> reporter: as you drive through this community, they're everywhere. the signs, hug a teacher. love will get us through. this bench full of roses. the small church on main street, talking with the pastor. but what we also noticed were the minivans, the station wagons carrying home christmas trees. families determined to keep this tragedy from stealing the holiday, too. >> more than 40 years you've been selling christmas trees here. julie says this is the toughest christmas ever. she got a call from a father on the way to her tree farm. >> i want to pick a tree with her. it will be a bitter sweet christmas. i think for many, many people. >> and for you, i can tell. inside the photos of the families who come every year. and outside, right there at her farm, the counselor, that first responder we met who helped the parents inside that firehouse. she's trying to keep her christmas. so you've got the saw in your hand and the tree on the truck. >> tree on the truck. >> there they are. >> reporter: the tree on the r
a trend, apple will soon move overseas manufacturing jobs here to the u.s. abc's david muir has the story. >> reporter: ceo tim cook now says some of apple's mac computer will next year carry the three word "made in america." cook telling bloomberg business week the company plans to spend $100 million next year to move production of the mac line from china become here to the u.s. it was earlier this year when asked about the factories they used to have here in america that tim cook talked about possibility of bringing manufacturing back. >> there isome manufacturing revive vaal in the u.s. will there be an apple product made in the united states? >> i want there to be. >> reporter: a promise there will be. at the factories in china they make 40% of the world's electronics where this year, bill welir. took you inside. apple moving their macs to america, represents a small part of the overall product line. cook made the point before that key components of the iphone for instance are made in america. the processor made here. glass in kentucky. >> it says on the back of an apple product, desi
years. abc's david muir is here to tell us what's ahead and which markets are causing the big stir tonight. david? >> diane, we've been waiting to see a result like this. a jump for years now tracking the housing crisis since it started following families, entire neighborhoods as they waited for a rebound. and today, when we went back to one street, one of the hardest hit in america, we couldn't believe the turnaround. call it an early christmas gift for millions of americans who own homes. tonight, new signs home values are finally on the rise again. the biggest spike, in arizona where home prices are up more than 21%. >> and this is cortis street. >> reporter: perhaps you'll remember our drive through that neighborhood outside phoenix, it was ground zero for the housing crash four years ago, foreclosed, for sale, for rent. 130 homes on the market in that one subdivision alone and sherri mcbroom was trying to sell one of them. what did they buy their home for? >> $308,000. >> reporter: and what it's listed at now. >> 130. >> reporter: 130. our jaws dropping back then. and late tod
" will be here later. and david muir will be right in this chair all weekend long. i'll see you again monday. seal ye you again monday. >>> next at 6:00 storm watch, what to expect tonight and throughout the weekend. >> saw fallen trees and flooded streets today, we have the complete round up of the damage. >> a deadly home invasion in a town where no one has been murdered in 40 years, we'll take you through the latest in the investigation. >> a stolen lap top devastating for a woman. the sentimental pictures and videos she never may see again. >> what a picture there of the storm watch continuing in the bay area. the second of three storms left behind more damage today, flooding roads, knocked out power to several thousand people. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. take a look. we have a live picture. this is interstate 80 through the east bay, you can see it's bumper to bumper in both directions now. luckily, no heavy rain. >> happening now, cardinals playing ucla tonight. a trailing 14-7 early in the game against bruins. an army of grounds keepers worked to keep the field in good shape despite w
champion, david muir, is here to tell us what they are. >> reporter: tonight, in every corner of the country, viewers on the hunt. >> we're in. >> i'm in. >> we're in. >> we're in! >> are you? >> reporter: it's part of his homework. >> i'm a seventh grader at crestville middle school. >> reporter: his entire class. >> we're in! >> reporter: pastor bill at grace presbyterian church in ohio, with a divine idea. >> now, i'm in. what about you? >> we're in! >> reporter: viewers discovering there are great american finds, if you just look. >> hi, david. >> reporter: this is linda from georgia with her southern charm. >> no southern cook would be without cast iron lodge cookware. >> reporter: so many of our abc stations linking arms with our viewers. ksat in san antonio. >> do you check the labels to see where things are made? >> reporter: komo 4 in seattle. >> abc's great made in america christmas challenge. komo 4 is joining "world news." >> reporter: they've been on the hunt, too. this store, nube green. >> these are elf booties. >> reporter: where it's not just the booties, just
tomorrow night. for david muir and everyone here at abc news, thank you for watching. good night. >> next at 6:00, it is rain and high winds causing major problems in the pay area. >> it's not over yet. we're following the storm on live doppler 7hd. >> the joy ride that went horne horribly wrong. abc-7 news at 6:00 starts right now. >> ama: street flooding, car accidents, and some major wind damage, and there could be more ahead as we brace for a weekend of wintry weather. i'm ama daetzle we have team coverage, john alston is checking out the damage from the start. tomas roman is live at sfo, and we begin with leigh glaser. >> leigh: a nice break this afternoon, and even really this evening but another major storm headed towards the bay area, and looks like the timing will bring it in tomorrow morning. the live doppler 7hd showing you the showers continuing to develop off the coast, and these are ahead of the actual storm system that will move in tomorrow morning, but already those of you heading out towards santa rosa, there's wet pavement and that's kicks over east. napa reporting some
. inside, santa taking those requests. david muir with "world news." how are you? >> oh, good. how are you? >> reporter: i'm just curious. of those kids sitting on santa's lap, how much of what they're asking for is made in america? >> oh, oh. i guess -- ah -- i guess -- i guess -- >> reporter: you'll remember, even the elf was stumped, telling us he couldn't answer those kinds of questions. but if you look closely, we guaranteed you could find made in america. just one thing, $64, creates 200,000 jobs, say economists. and it turns out, you found it. viewers like kerry mcdonald, from iowa. >> fiestaware, made in the united states. >> reporter: new plates and that couch behind her. >> proudly made in america. >> reporter: in fact, the grand total "world news" viewers pledging more than $1 million of made in america gifts this year. those neighbors waving outside st. louis, missouri, that sign, welcomed made in america. >> come in. >> reporter: thank you. >> inventor arianna russell took us into that factory where he makes her own protective cases for your iphone. her own made in america ads
, georgia. >> david muir, if you are ever in atlanta -- >> reporter: and now spreading to this seventh grade class in north carolina. >> we're in! >> reporter: and tonight, just look at what was unwrapped under christmas trees across america. this mom, buying ornaments from august wendell in pennsylvania. and something else key -- >> i found a santa claus key, because we do not have a chimney and my kids wanted santa to have a special way to get in. >> reporter: connor, 14 years old, asking, who said all socks are made in china? >> my mom got me a pair of nike socks that were made right here in america. >> reporter: and this mom, kim, from nevada, on her bicycle, made in dallas. >> where was it made? >> in america! >> reporter: there was emily who told us last time about dad and her sister. >> i got my sister a dress, the one i'm wearing. >> reporter: it turns out she didn't forget about mom. a travel jiffy steamer, made in america. >> let's see how it works. >> hi, david! >> reporter: and from pennsylvania tonight, julianna, just 6 years old. >> this is my american made easel. >> reporter:
tomorrow night. for david muir and everyone here at abc news, thank you for watching. good night.
's david muir, captain of our made in america team, is here with the latest. >> reporter: diane, as you know, for nearly three decades, apple made its computers in the u.s. tonight, word one of those lines will bear those three words we've been talking so much about here. made in america. tonight, that bold announcement from apple. ceo tim cook now says some of apple's mac computers will never year carry those three words, made in america. cook telling bloomberg business week that the company plans to spend 1$100 millioner in year t move production from the mac line from china back here to the u.s. it was this year, when asked about the factories they used to have here in america that tim cook talked about the possibility of bringing manufacturing back. >> there is some manufacturing revival in the u.s. will there be an apple product ever made again in the united states? >> i want there to be. >> reporter: and now a promise that there will be. the vast majority of apple products are made overseas. >> wow. >> reporter: the factories in china made 40% of the world's electronics. where jus
with george stephanopoulos" who will be in for david muir on "world news" tonight. >> everyone, merry christmas. we leave you harlem alumni ensemble. thanks to you guys and let it go. >> merry christmas. ♪ ♪ oh the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful ♪ ♪ and since we've no place to go ♪ ♪ let it snow! let it snow! let it snow! ♪ ♪ it doesn't show signs of stopping ♪ ♪ so i've bought some corn for popping ♪ ♪ the lights are turned way down low ♪ ♪ let it snow! let it snow! let it snow! ♪ ♪ when we finally kiss goodnight ♪ ♪ how i'll hate going out in the storm ♪ ♪ but if you really hold me tight ♪ ♪ all the way home i'll be warm ♪ ♪ the fire is slowly dying and, my dear, we're still good-bying ♪ ♪ but as long as you love me so ♪ ♪ let it snow! let it snow! let it snow! ♪ ♪ let it snow! let it snow! ooh let it snow! ♪ ♪ ♪ let it snow let it snow ♪ i. >> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. more rain is falling. another storm is moving in. we have teamrov canning of our
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" and abc's david muir will host "world news" from here later on. thanks again for watching. take care. >>> this morning from newtown, connecticut, a special edition of "this week." tragedy at the elementary school. >> everything was just normal, and then it all just changed. >> 27 killed, most in the first grade. >> she is a special type of person, and i'm so blessed to be her dad. >> evil visited this community today. >> evil met by bravery. >> i said there's a bad guy out there but make way for the good guys.
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with us. check out "world news" with david muir tonight and i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america." >> in the news, growing safety concerns after three murders in a 24 hour span. and a charity known for collecting donations during the holidays is at the center of a controversy in berkeley. >> good morning. we are looking at lots of sunshine. we aren't looking at it, but we are going to see a beautiful day today. a dryer and warmer air mass arrives today. here we go. you can see all the sunshine downtown san francisco at 49 degrees. i'll tell you how warm it will get when the abc7 news at nine starts in
here on abc news. and stay tuned for the latest on this tragedy to "world news" with david muir. >>> it should never have happened to our children. they were very little. >> such a sad saturday morning here in newtown, connecticut. you see the pain there. you see the grief. mothers and fathers mourning their children this morning. 20 children dead. the worst shooting ever at a grade school here in the united states. the gunman, adam lanza, was 20 years old. he shot his mother before coming to the school to shoot so many children, adults, as well. as i said, the deadliest grade school shooting ever in our history. and, elizabeth, so many people here having such a hard time coming to grips with this pain. >> it's unimaginable, george. i think every parent when they heard this story break, just was in shock. i felt, i know, physically sick to my stomach. a lot of other people felt the same way. and coming up in this half hour, we're going to weigh in with experts on how to talk to our kids about this tragedy, about the shootings. they will, of course, hear about that. it varies wit
at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! make sure you watch "world news" with david muir. >>> it's a soaker out there. what the bay area is doing with the weather. >> we're looking at the heaviest in the south bay. we still have light rain but much of the rain is pushing on through, the clearing behind the front in oakland and san francisco. so take a look at marin, sonoma and napa but down to the south bay we have the yellows and oranges. still moderate rain from concord and walnut creek. peninsula, lighter rain, san francisco 280 and 101, light rain showers. but the heaviest rain here is past the milpitas area in the santa cruz mountains. enhanced rates down to salinas and breaks around campbell this morning. right here in santa cruz mountains, salinas, monterey, thunderstorms and wind gusts 30-40 miles an hour. this is back edge of the front continuing to clear the central coast. with it as it pushes through the winds are really dialing back out of southeast at five miles an hour in the north bay, but still breezy at sfo and delays to 45 minutes. we do get into a break the rest of the day today, isolate
for sharing your sunday with us. david muir with have the very latest on newtown tonight on "world news" tonight and i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america." stee you tomorrow on "good morning america." ee you tomorrow on "good morning america." >>> in the news this sunday morning, december 6 -- 16th, federal agents turn their focus to gun stores in the connecticut area. and police shutdown a san francisco store as they search for a suspected it gunman. >> good morning from the east bay. you are waking up to milder temperatures, and a little patchy fog and our next wet weather maker is on the way. i'll time it all out for you coming up next on
news" with david muir tonight, and before we go, a big thank you to everyone here behind the scenes who brings you "this week" every week. have a happy, safe and blessed christmas. ♪ ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah ♪ ♪ for the lord god omnipotent reigneth ♪ ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ for the lord god omnipotent reigneth ♪ ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ for the lord god omnipotent reigneth ♪ ♪ for the lord god omnipotent reigneth ♪ ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah ♪ for the lord god omnipotent reigneth ♪ ♪ hallelujah ♪ the kingdom of this world is become the kingdom of our lord and of his christ ♪ ♪ and of his christ and he shall reign ♪ ♪ forever and ever and he shall reign ♪ ♪ forever and ever and he shall reign ♪ ♪ forever and ever and he shall reign forever and ever ♪ ♪ king of kings forever and ever hallelujah hallelujah ♪ ♪ and lord of lords forever and ever halleluj
in america. not a patriotic question. it is an economic question. >> david muir, abc new, new york. >> the guy said a mouthful there. not a patriotic decision, it is an economic decision. whatever gives them more profit. whatever takes the least out of the bottom line is what major companies always opt to do. >> they will begin putting together macs here in the united states in 2013. back in the 80s. the original, original mac factory in free mont, california, failed for several reasons. conveyor belts led to excessive handles. >> kidding the customer base, apple has built, insanely loyal customer base in the country. nice to see them reinvest that become here regardless of cost. don't think apple is hurting for money. >> think they can afford to come back to america. >> exactly. apple, it biggest rival may be getting a legal break. a federal judge in california is kidding reducing damages awarded in apple's lawsuit against samsung. the judge says the jury miscalculated coming up with the $1 billion verdict. that amount may be cut. no word on how much. and the jury, samsung, used t
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, in fact. abc's david muir looks at what is behind the real estate turnaround. >> reporter: call it an early christmas gift for millions of americans who own homes. new signs home values are finally on the rise again. the biggest spike in arizona where home prices are up more than 21%. >> this is quite a streak. >> reporter: you will remember our drive-through, the neighborhood outside phoenix, ground zero, for the housing crash five years ago, foreclosed, for sale, for rent. 130 homes for sale in the one neighborhood alone. sharon was trying to sell them. what did they buy their home for? >> $308,000. >> reporter: what is it listed at now? >> $130,000. >> $130,000. >> reporter: our jaws dropping back then. we were stunned when we checked in with the same realtor. in the last six months how many homes have sold in that one subdivision alone? >> there are 163 homes that sold in the last six months. >> reporter: we were standing there when this market hit rock bottom. there were 130 homes for sale at once. how many for sale? >> 17 homes for sale now. >> reporter: as you drive down
for sharing part of your sunday with us. thank you. check out "world news" with david muir tonight. george will be back to start 2013 with a big bang sunday right here on "this week." >> breaking news where three people, including a young child, have died in an apartment fire. we will have a live report with the latest from the scene. and a man accused of killing a dog in a brutal robbery. >>> good morning, i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. a clear and cool day. we will see more of the sunshine shortly and just get ready for another cool morning tomorrow. i will have your complete accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. here's a beautiful live view from mt. tam. abc7 news at
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